September 29th, 2023 3-5PM ET
Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Moderna says flu vaccine showed promising results in phase three trial, paving path to approval
Moderna has announced that its flu vaccine has shown promising results in phase three clinical trials. The data suggests that the vaccine is effective and could soon receive regulatory approval. This development is significant as it could potentially revolutionize the way flu vaccines are administered and distributed, offering a new option alongside traditional flu shots.
France Orders Apple iPhone 12 Sales Halted Over Radiation
In a surprising move, France has ordered a halt to the sales of Apple’s iPhone 12 over concerns about radiation levels. The French government’s decision has raised questions about the safety of the device and could have broader implications for the tech industry, particularly if other countries follow suit.
Welcome back to the “Homeopathic Hits” segment of The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we’re focusing on Bryonia, a remedy often referred to as the ‘King of Irritability’ in homeopathic circles.
This guide will explore the various applications of Bryonia, particularly its effectiveness in treating conditions worsened by motion.
Question of The Day!
I’m about to start your aloe-silver protocol for leaky gut but have also been having reflux symptoms along with yellow spit in the mornings (teeth too) and am wondering if you have any experience treating something similar and/or any other recommendations along with this protocol?
Thanks so much!
Hello Robert..my brother was recently diagnosed with fatty liver..62 yoa.
He eats ok.. but does enjoy drinking alcohol. He also has psoriasis flare-ups mostly on his face. I tried telling him ..its coming from the liver congestion..!
What should he first do to clean up his liver…thank you.. you’re the best.
Special Guest – Michael Boldin
New Mexico Anti-Gun Decree Follows a Dangerous Path of ‘Emergency’ Rule
New Mexico has recently enacted an anti-gun decree under the guise of ’emergency’ rule. This move has raised concerns about the erosion of civil liberties and the potential for government overreach. The decree could set a precedent that other states might follow, leading to a broader discussion about the balance between public safety and individual rights.
The Things We Can’t Say
A recent article explores the limitations on freedom of speech and expression in contemporary society. It delves into the complexities of what can and cannot be said in various contexts, raising questions about the boundaries of acceptable discourse and the role of censorship in shaping public opinion.
Researchers used Wi-Fi signals to see through walls. Game-changing breakthrough? Or privacy nightmare waiting to happen?
Researchers have developed a method to use Wi-Fi signals to see through walls, a development that could have far-reaching implications. While the technology could be revolutionary for various industries, it also raises significant privacy concerns. The potential for misuse has sparked a debate about the ethical implications of such a technology.
Top-5 to “Never Forget”
The article lists five key events or issues that should never be forgotten, according to the Tenth Amendment Center. These include historical and contemporary topics that have shaped the American political landscape. The list serves as a reminder of the ongoing struggles for civil liberties, individual rights, and governmental accountability.